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PlaySpan Enters the Mobile Payments Arena

November 12th, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: AndroidOS, Platforms: Symbian | No Comments »

If PayPal doesn’t offer enough in-app purchase opportunities, you might want to check out PlaySpan’s new UltimatePay Mobile system. The system allows billing on Android and Nokia phones.

The system does however need phones with WebRuntime installed and support for HTML5, suggesting consumers would be leaving the app. The company will be adding support for BlackBerry and iPhone over the coming months.

“With our mobile payment widget, developers now have a proven micropayments platform that brings a one-click payments experience to mobile users without them ever having to leave the game,” said Karl Mehta, CEO of PlaySpan. “Our mobile payments provides connectivity to 90+ payment methods across 180 countries including mobile carrier payments with 70+ Carriers worldwide.”

“UltimatePay on mobile give us the tools we need to create an effective monetization channel for our platform,” said Jim Mitchell, CEO of FUHU. “UltimatePay’s simple integration gave our customers a simple and convenient payment solution, with numerous payment options and price points across multiple countries and carriers. Playspan continues to provide great support and strong operational and financial quality.”

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